Apart from its stellar value for money and price to performance ratio, the Poco F1 is incredibly popular among the developer community and power users as well. Thanks to the developer support, a number of custom ROMs are available for the handset. If you own a Poco F1 and are looking to install a custom ROM on it, check out our roundup of the best ROMs available for it below.
Custom ROMs for Android
The Samsung Galaxy S8 is over a year old at this point. And being a Samsung device, this means that it has already started showing signs of lags and slowdowns which leads to a frustrating user experience. You are also likely already bored with the device after using it for a year. This makes it a perfect excuse to flash a custom ROM on the handset as not only will it solve all the performance issues, it will also bring new features to the table.
The Redmi Note 4 was among the most popular budget mid-range Android devices released last year. While the handset was not available in Europe, the United States and other developed markets of the world, it sold like hot cakes in India, China, and other Asian countries.
Paranoid Android Returns With Android 7.1.2 Builds for Pixel, Nexus, and OnePlus 3T; Features Pie Controls, Color Engine, and More
Paranoid Android, the custom ROM which was once known for bringing innovative new features to the table, is now making a comeback with its Nougat flavor. Unlike before, Paranoid Android’s 2017 release is only available for a handful of devices which includes devices from OnePlus and Google’s Nexus and Pixel smartphones.
The Snapdragon 652-powered Redmi Note 3 was among the most popular budget mid-range devices in India last year. The company sold upwards of 2.3 million units of the handset in 2016 despite battling stock issues.
CyanogenMod might be dead, but the team behind it is still alive and has moved on to work under LineageOS. The first official nightly builds of LineageOS started rolling out from the end of January for over 80+ devices.
The OnePlus 3 has turned out to be one of the most popular smartphones of this year. After the failure of the OnePlus 2, OnePlus went back to the drawing board and came up with the excellent OnePlus 3. As if the customization price-to-performance ratio of the phone was not already enough, OnePlus has also ensured that the 3 is among the most developer friendly phones out there.
The CyanogenMod team today announced the official roll out of CyanogenMod 14.1 based on Android 7.1 Nougat. The team decided to completely skip CM14 builds based on Android 7.0 this year. Considering the short gap within which Google rolled out Android 7.1 and Android 7.0, this does make sense.
Custom ROMs might not be as popular as before thanks to the advent of Xposed, but they are not entirely redundant as well. The Galaxy S7 and S7 edge might be near darn perfect, but not everyone likes all the bloat that Touchwiz comes with, even if it’s not too in-your-face this time around.
The CyanogenMod team today released a new snapshot build of CyanogenMod 13 based on Android 6.0.1. The latest snapshot build packs in a lot of new features, enhancements, and security patches.